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Terry Craddock
Terry Craddock Westport / New Zealand, Male, 56
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  • POEM: The Nothing Sandwich by Kim Barney (12/4/2016 5:10:00 AM)

    'The Nothing Sandwich'

    took a bite on the title, yes feasted on all three
    The Bread Sandwich consists of two slices of bread, with another slice of bread in between.

    The Nothing Sandwich is two slices of bread with nothing in between.

    The Open-Faced Nothing Sandwich is one slice of bread with nothing on it.

    was in a truck once which broke down pass a small town called Granity, oft he three of us, none had bought money and the change we had purchased only a loaf of bread, walked almost to Westport on that, no traffic and walked all the way past the Pines Straight, to unbelievable half way doen the Fairdown Straight just before Sargeant's Hill, just out of Westport on a hot hot summer's afternoon, your inventions sound more fun :)

  • POEM: Black India Howls by Pranab K. Chakraborty (12/4/2016 5:03:00 AM)

    'Non-availability of new currency from banned banks in village sector
    Just at the high time of harvesting which needs seeds, fertilizer, labor
    To process the cultivation'

    the chaos of restive policies, bad planning and lack of cash; easy to see the fruits of such labour; an intriguing insight

  • POEM: The Table Of Love by Robert Murray Smith (12/4/2016 4:59:00 AM)

    'at the table of love set
    in a beautiful valley

    sit men, and women hungry
    nay, famished for love'

    got lucky on this one, feasted on imaginative overdrive

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